Early morning birdcall

To: 'Graeme Chapman' <>, "" <>
Subject: Early morning birdcall
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 03:26:53 +0000
I get a database error when I click that link. I think the correct link is:

I don't know how that % character got into the URL.

Peter Shute

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> Hello Ann,
> Welcome to Australia and I hope you enjoy the sight and sounds of all our
> beautiful birds while you are here.
> I agree with David, I'm inclined towards a Grey Butcherbird. Interestingly
> enough, early morning Grey Butcherbird song causes more queries to my
> website than any other bird. Must be the type of sound that penetrates the
> general ambient noise well.
> Have a listen on my sound page
> The
> second and third examples on that page have the sort of quality I'm referring
> to. They are unlikely to be exactly the same as what you have heard - the
> song of Grey Butcherbirds varies so much between individuals and from
> region to region that one day, I'm sure it will be the subject of a PhD 
> study!!
> Regards
> Graeme Chapman
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